Photo of the Day:

Construction crews begin to demolish the outfield walls at Wrigley Field in Chicago for the ballpark's $575 million renovation project.
M. Spencer Green/Associated Press Construction crews begin to demolish the outfield walls at Wrigley Field in Chicago for the ballpark's $575 million renovation project.

ICYMI: The Everyman Theatre in Liverpool, England, won the 2014 RIBA Stirling Prize, and OMA and Olin won the competition for the 11th Street Bridge Park project in Washington, D.C.

Four Stories for Friday:

Critic Michael Kimmelman says the Arcus Center for Social Justice Leadership in Kalamazoo, Mich., designed by Chicago-based Studio Gang Architects, is "laudable simply for being eloquent and humane." [The New York Times]

How the Jacksonville Jaguars are transforming the in-stadium experience for its fans. [CBS News]

A new book on architecture photography. [Wired]

Riverside 66 by Kohn Pedersen Fox opens in Tianjin, China. [Designboom]

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